|When a child notices a grasshopper on a plant while outside with his mother, he exclaims, "Mama, Look!" and sets off a series of curious baby creatures noticing other curious baby creatures and pointing them out to their mothers. The human child spots a grasshopper, the grasshopper spots ants, an ant spots butterflies, a butterfly spots frogs, and so on. Told through a combination of the "Mama, Look!" refrain and identifying noun (i.e. "Mama, Look! Grasshopper."), this simple story is perfect for introducing little ones to the world around them.